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Publisher: Routledge, part of the Taylor & Francis Group

Volume 27, Number 7, 9 August 2019

Constructing autobiographical events within a spatial or temporal context: a comparison of two targeted episodic induction techniques
pp. 881-893(13)
Authors: Sheldon, Signy; Gurguryan, Lauri; Madore, Kevin P.; Schacter, Daniel L.

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Directed forgetting for categorised pictures: recognition memory for perceptual details versus gist
pp. 894-903(10)
Authors: Ahmad, Fahad N.; Tan, Pelin; Hockley, William E.

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How do ordered questions bias eyewitnesses?
pp. 904-915(12)
Authors: Michael, Robert B.; Garry, Maryanne

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Reduced autobiographical memory specificity affects general distress through poor social support
pp. 916-923(8)
Authors: Barry, Tom J.; Vinograd, Meghan; Boddez, Yannick; Raes, Filip; Zinbarg, Richard; Mineka, Susan; Craske, Michelle G.

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Which representation is best for communicating dynamic information?
pp. 943-951(9)
Authors: Khacharem, Aïmen; Zoudji, Bachir; Kalyuga, Slava

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Do students really prefer repeated rereading over testing when studying textbooks? A reexamination
pp. 952-961(10)
Authors: Kuhbandner, Christof; Emmerdinger, Kathrin J.

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Who is susceptible in three false memory tasks?
pp. 962-984(23)
Authors: Nichols, Rebecca M.; Loftus, Elizabeth F.

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The role of event relevance and congruence to social groups in flashbulb memory formation
pp. 985-997(13)
Authors: Talarico, Jennifer M.; Bohn, Annette; Wessel, Ineke

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Past and future life stories in adolescents with anxiety disorders: a comparison with community controls
pp. 998-1010(13)
Authors: Ramsgaard, Stine Breum; Bohn, Annette; Thastum, Mikael

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Memories of the self in adolescence: examining 6558 self-image norms
pp. 1011-1017(7)
Authors: Hards, Emily; Ellis, Judi; Fisk, Jennifer; Reynolds, Shirley

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Prospective memory training in young adults enhances trained-task but not transfer-task performance
pp. 1018-1023(6)
Authors: Zhao, Xin; Fu, Junjun; Maes, Joseph H. R.

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